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DIN Standards Committee Materials Testing

About NMP

DIN's Standards Committee Materials Testing (NMP) develops standards and specifications within the field of materials testing with a special focus on:

  • tests which have been made mandatory in legislation or other rules and where the test is to be carried out by a third party,
  • testing standards dealing with cross-sectoral topics.

Cross-sectoral topics include:

  • tests which are significant for several standards committees,
  • test methods that can be used in several areas of application,
  • test methods focussing on specific characteristics which are relevant

in various areas of application.

In developing testing standards, the NMP also sometimes becomes involved in work on product standards. Such work is agreed with the relevant standards committee or, where there is no such committee, with DIN's Management Board.

The NMP is responsible for the development of standards in its area at national (DIN), European (CEN) and international (ISO) level. It also coordinates German participation in European and international bodies, in some cases also holding the secretariat of that body.

How is NMP composed?

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DIN e. V.

Volker Seibicke

Am DIN-Platz
Burggrafenstraße 6
10787 Berlin

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New projects
Document number Begin Title
ISO/CD 12945-3 2018-06-05 Textiles- Determination of the fabric propensity to surface pilling, fuzzing or matting - Part 3: Random tumble pilling method More  Comment 
DIN EN 12543-2 rev 2018-07-16 Non-destructive testing - Characteristics of focal spots in industrial X-ray systems for use in non-destructive testing - Part 2: Pinhole camera radiographic method More  Comment 
DIN 51724-1 2018-07-15 Testing of solid fuels - Determination of sulfur content - Part 1: Total sulfur More  Comment 

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Current Draft Standards
Document number Edition Title
DIN 50957-2 2018-09 Testing of electrolytes used for electro-deposited metallic coatings - Test involving electro-deposition - Part 2: Special test cells More 
DIN 51380 2018-09 Testing of lubricants - Test for fuel diluent in used automotive engine oils - Gas chromatography method More 
DIN EN 17035 2018-09 Surface Active Agents - Bio-based surfactants - Requirements and test methods; German and English version prEN 17035:2018 More 

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New DIN SPEC
Document number Edition Procedure Title
DIN SPEC 51458 2017-12 Technical Report Testing of lubricants - Analysis of used greases - Requirements and test methods More  Order from Beuth Verlag
DIN CEN/TS 17100; DIN SPEC 19281:2017-11 2017-11 VN Non-destructive testing - Penetrant testing - Reference photographs and sizing of indications; German version CEN/TS 17100:2017 More  Order from Beuth Verlag
DIN CEN ISO/TS 80004-12; DIN SPEC 52400-12:2017-09 2017-09 VN Nanotechnologies - Vocabulary - Part 12: Quantum phenomena in nanotechnology (ISO/TS 80004-12:2016); German version CEN ISO/TS 80004-12:2017 More  Order from Beuth Verlag

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New standards
Document number Edition Title
DIN EN ISO 4045 2018-09 Leather - Chemical tests - Determination of pH and difference figure (ISO 4045:2018); German version EN ISO 4045:2018 More  Order from Beuth Verlag
DIN EN ISO 6892-2 2018-09 Metallic materials - Tensile testing - Part 2: Method of test at elevated temperature (ISO 6892-2:2018); German version EN ISO 6892-2:2018 More  Order from Beuth Verlag
DIN EN 13589 2018-08 Bitumen and bituminous binders - Determination of the tensile properties of modified bitumen by the force ductility method; German version EN 13589:2018 More  Order from Beuth Verlag

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Documents withdrawn without replacement
Document number Deadline for comments Title
DIN 53598-1 2018-07-31 Statistical evaluation at off-hand samples with examples from testing of rubbers and plastics More  Comment 
DIN 52007-2 2018-07-31 Bitumen and bituminous binders - Determination of viscosity - Part 2: Measurement by drawn-sphere viscometer More  Comment 
DIN 52007-1 2018-07-31 Bitumen and bituminous binders - Determination of viscosity - Part 1: General principles and evaluation More  Comment 

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